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If you receive the Food and Nutrition Magazine, you know that this year marked the start of a new segment at the back of the magazine catering to food waste. There have been some interesting articles about composting, aquafabe, and using fruits and vegetables that have passed their prime.
While we may think of some of these topics as “domestic interests” pertaining mostly to home kitchens, dietitians should be equipped to answer questions – or at least refer resources – to patients, clients, and friends. Today, my RD tip for you is about Five Kitchen resources to reuse to save resources AND money.
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Every time Kevin and I walk through Bed Bath and Beyond or Target, we (semi) jokingly say, “Hey, let’s get married again!”
I would have no problem at all filling up more registries, and even less trouble using those pretty gift cards that people give you at bridal showers. A wedding gift card was exactly how we ended up with a bamboo steamer, after all.
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Autumn Apple Fritter Bread
During our brief stay in Southern California, Kevin and I adopted a favorite little doughnut shop not far from our apartment. It seemed just a little bit wrong for a student of nutrition and dietetics to be frequenting a place of fried pastries, but we only indulged three or four times during our entire 1 1/2 year stay. And we split our two doughnuts over like three days.
This doughnut shop taught me that I was altogether wasting my time on all pastries but apple fritters. On those few early Sunday mornings when we would rattle down to the store in our old Jeep, I was richly rewarded with a fresh apple fritter, the sugary glaze barely even crusted over. Continue reading “Autumn Apple Fritter Bread (or Muffins)”
Lightening up the Holidays
After reading the title, some of you may be wondering what my secret is for tender, fat-free pie crust and low-sodium gravy. The rest of you are ready to bury me alive in giblets for even suggesting such a terrible thing.
Let me tell you right now, I am not planning to scrimp this holiday season, and I’m not going to suggest you do either.
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How to Keep Up with Professional Reading
How many of you have piles of mail stacked on the kitchen counter? Better question, how many of you feel stressed out or guilty when you glance at that stack?
I just recently received this month’s issue of Today’s Dietitian, which I’ve already told you I love. However, I haven’t finished last month’s issue. Or the one before that. And I won’t even tell you how many JANDs I have lying around.
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